I have just installed F 12 - clean install- but when I go to get updates today (Dec 2nd) no updates appear.
I have done yum clean and yum makecache but still no updates available in software updates
on 12/02/2009 – Made popular on 12/02/2009
Good day, ERROR my mistake, I am using Fedora 20, fresh install, and took advice to install updates. I opened updates in the YUM drop down option and found the updates, all of them sourced from updates. I ticked them all and opted to make them pending actions, but cannot find the option to finally install them.
New F20 user here. Used F19 for a week and loved it, came over from Ubuntu (started getting less and less happy with it, more and more buggy), and overall having a great experience. Now with F19 I used the Software updates app to check for and install updates, but in F20 that app is gone and I'm wondering how can I check for updates in the new version of Fedora?
I use Ubuntu exclusively for my job, especially for the fact that everything works and I get the most out of my processor and memory, but you are killing me with updates! I just lost a very good opportunity from a client that installed Ubuntu but got tired of all the updates. I really can't argue the fact. In a matter of a day I had two software updates.
I do not want to install updates that I receive for factory installed apps that I don't use so that I can save storage space. However, the updates continue to appear in my Updates Notification List. Is there a way to remove these unwanted updates and notifications?
Every time after I run Software Updates, and have installed all the updates, the Software Updates Manager will show "The last check for updates was over a week ago. Please click Check for Updates to check."
But the last update check was just minutes ago. How can I fix that?
I checked the package history, and under Today there's all the updates I've installed minutes age. It seems normal.